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THE CONTRIBUTION OF IAHRíS COMMUNITIES OF WATER MANAGEMENT AND CLIMATE CHANGE TOWARDS THE SDGs
Author : CARLOS GALV√O, YOUNG-OH KIM, ELPIDA KOLOKYTHA, ARPITA MONDAL, PRADEEP MUJUMDAR,
THE CONTRIBUTION OF IAHRíS COMMUNITIES OF WATER MANAGEMENT AND CLIMATE CHANGE TOWARDS THE SDGs
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Article : Issue 3 - IAHR and the Sustainable Development Goals of Agenda 2030
Date Published : 20/10/2017
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